ISL 17/18: Top 5 Indian goalkeepers in this edition of the tournament
The Indian Super League came to an end on Satuday, as Chennaiyin FC became the champions by defeating Bengaluru FC in a pulsating final at Sree Kanteerava stadium in Bengaluru. The two goals from Mailson Alves and one from Raphael Augusto snatched the title away from Bengaluru FC by a 3-2 scoreline.
The four months of ISL saw a roller-coaster ride for many teams as well as players; several Indian players made an impressive run, along with the foreign players in this edition of Indian Super League.
Here's a look at 5 Indian goalkeepers who caught the public eye with their stunning performances:
#5 Amrinder Singh
The 24-year-old goalkeeper from Punjab has garnered everyone’s attention in the last couple of years. Amrinder Singh won the Golden Glove award with Mumbai City FC last season and he appeared for them in front of goal in this edition of ISL as well.
The former Pune Academy player kept 2 clean sheets and made 55 saves for his team, and ended up conceding 28 goals in 16 games. His form was affected by the form of the team as a whole, but he still managed to churn out a few good performances.
Mumbai City FC ended their run in the seventh place of the table with 23 points from 18 games. They had a shaky ride throughout the season, and met with 7 wins, 2 draws and 9 losses.
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